Panic attacks are a clear sign that someone needs help. But when Ruby's parents send her to a therapist -- post her boyfriend breakup -- she doesn't know where to start. And so a list is made. It names every boy that affected Ruby's life and is somehow responsible for this entire ordeal.
The story is female-focused and humorous, while keeping the seriousness of growing up from playing video games with boys to having them feel you up. Ruby is a very realistic character. She doesn't spend her days trying to climb the popularity ladder, she just wants to be loved by her friends, but must learn to assert herself first. This book is a fair example of why some relationships are meant to end, even if we are not ready to say goodbye.